Contains several requests to replace, return, or hand out new special constable badges that gave certain City staff such as inspectors their authority. Note that this does not include the Special Police Constables used during the General Strike.
Contains job applications submitted to the City Surveyor from 1919-1924, all of which feature the Slave Pact agreement that civic employees began to have to sign after the General Strike that essentially forbade them from taking any strike action.
A letter from M. Peterson, City Clerk, to R.H. Avent, City Surveyor, informing him that the previous evening, Council had passed a resolution to dissolve the Slave Pact, which required civic employees to agree not to engage in strike action.
File pertaining to the General Strike of 1919, including records from various origins sent to or from the Mayor's office relating either to the strike itself or its fallout. Included are letters from citizens commending or condemning the City's actions during the strike.
A letter from Daniel McLean, Mayor of Winnipeg, to Fred E. Osborne, Mayor of Calgary, responding to the latter's inquiry about Winnipeg's Police during the General Strike. Mayor McLean suggests reading the "Winnipeg Citizen", published by the Citizens' Committee of One Thousand.
A letter from the Mayor Fred E. Osborne of Calgary to Mayor Daniel McLean of Winnipeg, requesting information about the Winnipeg Police during the General Strike to assist with "controversy" in Calgary related to police unionization.
A letter from Mayor Farmer to City Council, enclosing a letter he received from James Murdock, Federal Minister of Labour about an application made by civic employees for a Board of Conciliation and Investigation under the Industrial Disputes Act.
Copy of a letter from Mayor Farmer to City Council a letter he received from the Federal Minister of Labour in reference to an industrial dispute filed by civic employees. The latter letter is not included in this copy.